Mar 20, 2019
It happens every year...well at least for the past seven years! The Annapolis Film Festival is bringing more than 70 films to Annapolis March 21st to 24th and we sat down with the founders once again to see what was in store for their seventh go around of this fantastic event that has brought millions to the area economy!
John Chester directed The Biggest Little Farm and is also the man living the plot along with his wife and son. A filmmaker by trade he and his wife gave it all up to create a sustainable ecosystem just outside of Los Angeles. This is not just a movie, but their life, and their farm--Apricot Lane Farms. The farm is a 200 acre sustainable (after a LOT of work) farm not far from LA. And the movie is the story of how they got there. Catch it now at the Annapolis Film Festival prior to release in theaters later this year! 2 Screenings
The Biggest Little Farm screens at 12:30pm on Friday, March 22, 2019 at Maryland Hall!
The Biggest Little Farm screens at 10:30am on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at Maryland Hall in the Bowen Theatre!
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